The best thing about Cincy by the Slice (besides its good ‘za) is Two-dollar Tuesdays, where you order your pizza by the slice, choose one topping to adorn it, and BAM, two whole dollars later, you’ve got a large piece of pizza that is sure to whet your appetite.
A friend and I are a part of the Young Professionals’ Choral Collective (yp/CC) and our rehearsals take place on Tuesday evenings at the Japp’s Annex. Most weeks in this cycle, my choir buddy and I have found ourselves enjoying Cincy by the Slice for a post-work treat and pre-rehearsal fuel. She typically opts for pepperoni as her topping, while I find myself steering towards green peppers. Top it off with some parmesan cheese and crushed red pepper, and I would be hard-pressed to find a more delicious, cost-efficient treat in the area.
Another thing we’ve done is get our pizza to go after rehearsal and met friends on Neon’s patio. CBTS has beer, too, so that’s always an option as well.
CBTS is another one of those places that entirely debunks the “there’s no good pizza in Cincinnati” myth. I think that also goes with the fact that people don’t like to get out and try new things. The good news is I’m here to challenge you to do otherwise.